A mountain retreat for vets helps them overcome post traumatic stress.
Hiring someone with mental illness helps employees and employers, with Maggie McNicholas
Mental illness can be complicated. The DSM helps sort it out.
Dr. Lloyd Sederer describes how to recognize potential mental illness and curb violence
Dr. Thomas Insel, on the future of mental health research.
Dr. Eric Nestler explains how your experiences could have generational impact.
This is your brain on schizophrenia, with Dr. Vikaas Sohal
Nearing 36 hours, our participants come unhinged, extreme examples of what happens when you don't get your sleep. (14:24)
As the hours wear on, tensions rise and mental ability begins to deteriorate. (12:10)
The 36-hour No Sleep Challenge shows just how important it is to get your sleep.
Dr. James Dilley, on the effects of discrimination on the LGBT community
Dr. Ken Duckworth, on managing and preventing a mental health crisis
Dr. Will Marling, on how to provide support after a mass tragedy
Dr. James Fallon, on how to recognize a psychopath
Dr. Vincent Felitti, on the lifelong impacts of childhood trauma
Dr. Patricia Deldin debunks the myths of depression
Dr. Nicole Foubister, on the two faces of bipolar disorder
Dr. Ildiko Tabori, on the mental health of comedians, and how they can help ours
Dr. Mark Epstein, on controlling your reactions to improve wellbeing
Dr. Victor Schwartz, on the mental health challenges of college life
Dr. Michael Lindsey, on social trauma and mental health in the black community
Dr. Anne Marie Albano, on anxiety in the 21st century
Dr. Judith Brisman, on food as a coping mechanism
Dr. Rachel Yehuda explains PTSD
Dr. Christine Moutier, on reversing the suicide trend
Dr. Helen Blair Simpson, on the many forms of OCD
Can we transform schizophrenia from a debilitating disorder to a livable condition?
Creativity is the original antidepressant.
Virtual reality takes vets back to battle to defuse traumatic memories.
Can we find the biological basis of suicide, to switch it off?
Could talking to a 'virtual human' be the future of therapy?